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A current I=2 Amperes flows in a circular single loop coil of radius R=10 cm.

(a) Evaluate the magnitude of the magnetic field (in Tesla) at a point P on the axis of the coil, and a distance z =5 cm away from the plane of the coil itself.

Now consider two N-turn circular coils of radius R, each perpendicular to the axis of symmetry, with their centers located at z=±l/2 . There is a steady current I flowing in the same direction around each coil, as shown in the figure below.

(b) Assuming the N=100, I=2 Amperes, R=10 cm, l=2 cm calculate the magnitude of the magnetic fied (in Tesla) at a distance z=0.5 cm from the midpoint between the centers of the two coil.

(c) Evaluate the first derivative with respect to z of the magnetic field calculated in part (b) using the same values for the parameters. Express your answer in Tesla per meter.

C) Calculate the second derivative with respect to z of the magnetic field calculated in part (b) using the same values for the parameters. Express your answer in Tesla per meter^2

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    a)0.0000090020201102748
    b)0.0025
    c) First part -0.00358179

    Anyone for second part of part c) Tesla per metre square?

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    Third and Last part of c) is 0 by the way.

    second part for c) Tesla per square meter please?

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    Anyone for second part for c) Tesla per square meter please?

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    Anyone for C) Tesla per square meter please?

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    Abdul Rahman do you have Problem 2 please?

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    Yes please Problem 2!

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    URGENT !! PROBLEM 2 !! D:

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    Problem 2 is answered now Ruben, look at my profile. Do you have by any chance Problem 3 c) second part?
    tesla in square meter

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    The second part in c) problem 3 it's tricky ... i didn't got yet. ):
    Please angle in the Aurora Zone ??

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    That is easy Luis it is 18.
    Please let me know anyone who cracks second answer part c)?

    thanks

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    Please answer second part tesla in meters problem 3) c) !

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    YEAH I GOT IT PROBLEM 3 c) secnd part -0.687332867 !!!
    SO PLEASE PROBLEM 4 (b) ??!!!
    Hurry up i got 10 minutes to check !!!!!

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    Thanks Luis, it is below!
    4)b)
    (pi*B^2*L^4*omega)/R

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    :)Thank youu

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    what is the answer for 2) a) n 2)b)

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    answer for that intuition problem???

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